Here’s my presentation from a recent Osborne Clarke Interactive Entertainment Legal Forum – hope you find it helpful:
There has been a lot of debate over the last week about the terms of EA’s End User Licence Agreement (EULA) for its Origins download service. This is a post to explain why that is a non-story and unfortunately says more about gamers’ misunderstanding of EULAs and data protection than it does about EA (though in fairness EA could have done a better job to explain itself).
The story broke originally via The Escapist forums and then other sites including RPS. This is what the EA EULA actually said: Continue reading The EA Origins EULA is a non-story